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Advisory Regarding Social Security Administration’s “No Match” Notices

Authored By: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
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The Social Security Administration (SSA) has announced that, starting in spring 2019, it will resume a practice discontinued in 2012 of sending “no match” notices to employers when the social security numbers they submitted as part of payroll records do not match SSA’s records.

Last Review and Update: Apr 02, 2019